• Computer Science
  • Published 2004

Potterliteracy: Cross-media Narratives, Cultures and Grammars

@inproceedings{Burn2004PotterliteracyCN,
  title={Potterliteracy: Cross-media Narratives, Cultures and Grammars},
  author={Andrew Burn},
  year={2004}
}
This is an opportunity to think hard about the rhetorics of multiliteracy and media literacy. What exactly do these mean when we look at the detail, at the 'micro-level' of literacy (Buckingham 2003)? How does a particular image or narrative moment 'translate' across different media? If we expect children to learn about the notion of 'character' in literature or film, what does this mean in the context of a game? If they learn the category of 'verb' in language, how do we talk about this… CONTINUE READING

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